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I’m travelling back home on the train while I write this; I’m sorry to disappoint anyone who was waiting for it (hey…there are at least 60 listens! That’s not nothing.), but I don’t have a podcast to release today. Normally by my schedule it would be out early Thursday morning.

I finished my notes of the chapters I read – actually, I decided to stop short of a few chapters, because it was just getting really long in the tooth. I’ve lamented before that my episodes are so short, but I’ve gotten used to the idea of little 8-10 minute chunks. I can’t say for sure how long it will take me to record this upcoming episode, but it really felt long. So I added one more episode to cover “Gone” to my list of episodes, which is fine by me.

I’m not entirely sure if the format I’m using is going to stick. I’m still only 5 or 6 episodes in, so I feel a bit of freedom when it comes to finding my footing for a format to use. I think that is pretty normal for most podcasts. However, most podcasts also don’t have a single host.

I really wanted to avoid missing a week (let alone 2 in a row now) while starting out fresh. However, just due to timing, that’s the way it worked out. But I have a plan written out (slightly modified now that I’ve decided to add an extra episode for Gone), so I will probably take some time off work shortly to get a few episodes ahead.

So I hope I haven’t lost all of the listeners I accumulated so far, and that you’re eager to hear what’s in store for the kids in Gone. I made a conscious choice not to get something released last night; I could have done the work from my hotel room last night, but I chose to relax instead. I don’t regret that decision.

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